Curry Change ( or Curry Turnover Change) is a card sleight that exchanges a face-up card on a table for another while in the process of turning it from a face-down
Created by Paul Curry and first published in Jean Hugard's More Card Manipulations No. 2 (1939) as the "Curry's Turnover Change". It was later republished in Curry's Something Borrowed, Something New (1942).
Variations and publications
- Marlo-Curry Change, page 19 in Classical Foursome (1956) by Ed Marlo. (Exchange of two cards during the turnover)
- No Break Marlo-Curry Change, page 7 in Marlo's Magazine, Vol. 1 (1976) by Ed Marlo.
- Card College, Vol. 4 (2000), page 813 - This Vernon's variant which was first published in Super Card Man Stuff (1965) by Al Leech and inspired by a Bill Simon's Switch described in Effective Card Magic (1952), page 117 (Ref. #13 by Roberto Giobbi).